tolerantly


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in a tolerant manner

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In a most profound yet subtle way, Abe is pointing us to the fact that our trash has become a part of our natural landscape, with plants tolerantly growing through and around all that we leave behind.
Davutoglu in details to this end (on the Syrian crisis) and we hope that our dear friends in Turkey behave tolerantly towards the issue.
Meanwhile, a number of insurance experts have drawn attention to the disparity in the manner in which the HIC has dealt tolerantly with health service providers in comparison to the more stern treatment and scrutiny exercised against insurance companies.
Judy always did so, with a rush of words that not only was quick, but thorough, starting with his Apgar scores, and the doctors nodded tolerantly while they looked into his ears and throat.
He looked at me and smiled tolerantly, "I bet you didn't know that the Iranian economy grew faster than the U.
My curiosity regarding their attention to detail in setting the spread must have been annoying, but they tolerantly explained their tactics and enlightened me on every facet of the game.
Kyprianou said opposition parties did anything but act responsibly and tolerantly and only cultivated hatred.
He vowed to act inflexibly and in tolerantly with any future law-breakers.
But any change in the regional status quo would place the Middle East at a strategic crossroads that is not expected to be viewed tolerantly by the U.
All things perish, the most ancient opinions among them, and the philosopher will smile tolerantly at progress and decay, content with the immense variety of character and phenomena.
Even when Tennyson takes the stand against socialists in The Tables Turned, or Nupkins Awakened (1887), Morris treats Tennyson more gently and tolerantly than the Archbishop of Canterbury or Professor Tyndall.
The Turkish parliament speaker said it was now time to turn Jerusalem into a city where people lived next to each other tolerantly.
Lutheran Grand Tour travellers from the German Empire seemed to behave equally tolerantly towards Italian and French Catholicism, while Anglican noblemen from the British Isles adopted more abrasive and quarrelsome stances.